Peter Clatworthy, 19, thought he had landed a bargain when he purchased the much sought-after games console from the popular auction site on November 28. The student had spent a year saving up the cash in order to buy a limited edition version of the games system for his four-year-old son McKenzie.
The motorist continued talking with the device in his right hand apparently unaware he was being watched by uniformed officers right in front of him. Construction worker Dave Wood, 29, spotted him as sat in the passenger seat of a van in the next lane.
Marie Buchan, 31, complained that £500 a week paid for by the taxpayer is not enough for her and her brood. She used to rake in a whopping £30,264-a-year in child tax credits, child benefits as well as living in a large semi-detached house courtesy of the taxpayer. But after the Government capped benefits for families to £26,000-a-year Marie moaned she could not afford to make ends meet.
Homeowners Ron and Sheilagh Humphreys called in experts after the tawny got trapped overnight and was unable to free itself. Bird handlers used a chimney sweep brush to gently push the bird to the top of the stack, where firefighters were waiting to pull it to safety.